What to expect at April 26th's Death Café (and how it might change the way you're living)
Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors presents Images from the Border: Here and There, which will feature multiple displays that bring visual, tangible, and experiential elements of the migrant experience on America's southern border to people of Central Indiana.
April 17 th — A diverse array of religious leaders, mental health professionals, and community volunteers came to the Interchurch Center to share their experiences with support groups for mental traumas and disorders.
This comes from our good friend and Brother, KP Singh.
April 12th — It was the culmination of a couple months of Sacred spaces tours of houses of worship and candid discussions with other teens. See what you may have missed.
CIC board member Bruce Garrison was asked to contribute a few words to the memorial for the 50 victims of the shootings in Christchurch, NZ
Bring along a friend who would not normally attend multi-faith conversations. We believe that is the best way to pay tribute to our fallen sisters and brothers in New Zealand.
Each one of these members is serving with CIC's Interfaith Enrichment Corps to help strengthen the capacities of Indianapolis faith communities.
Thanks to the sponsors of the Fifth Annual Interfaith Banquet. We’re proud that this group of civic and religious leaders have chosen to support CIC and the Interfaith Banquet.
The Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps is the CIC's AmeriCorps program that extends access to services to Central Indiana's population of newcomers. The recently visited a Buddhist temple formed by Vietnamese refugees.
Learn about protective and preventative factors from both the faith community and service provider perspectives.
Several CIC board members spoke not as CIC board members but as citizens seeking to educate lawmakers and the public about their perspectives on proposed legislation.
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation (CIC) ... has deemed it proper to honor me and my wife Carolyn as the Interfaith Ambassadors of 2019."
The Interfaith Banquet has traditionally been an opportunity for people to try new foods, and if you've never visited Kountry Kitchen you are in for a treat.
By have a great evening on March 24, you are contributing to a better community in Central Indiana.
Enrich the community efforts of faith groups by building an intercultural network that supports vitality of individuals and congregations.